Riley's Ragdolls

Ragdoll kittens for sale in Wisconsin

History and Information on Ragdolls

Ann Baker of California developed what was to become known as the ragdoll in the early 1960's. This became the breed that is known for going limp in your arms like a child's ragdoll. She combined Persian, Birmans, and Burmese to create this well loved breed.

These large, muscular cats have fur like a rabbit and are known for being docile. Our cats are very well socialized as they are raised with our other cats and our children. They are part of our family. This makes them easily adaptable to any home environment.

All of our cats are TICA or TCA registered and have been given their first set of vaccinations before going to their new home.


A Few of Our Ragdolls

Colours and patterns

Ragdoll babies are born all white. Some color starts to show within the first week or two. Ragdolls do not get their full color until they are 3 to 4 years of age. Ragdoll cats come in a variety of colors such as seal point, blue point, cream point, flame point, tortie point,  chocolate point, and lilac point. Seal is a black pigment that shows as anything from a carmel type color to a deep black. Blue point is anything from a light to a dark gray. Flame is red and is recessive to cream. Torties can be blue/cream or seal/flame.

Ragdoll patterns are colorpoint, mitted, or bicolor. They can also have the lynx pattern which is striping like a tabby. Colorpoint means that the color on their paws matches their point color. This means that their ears, mask, feet, nose, and tail will be dark. Mitted has 4 white paws and is harder to see on a cream Ragdoll. Bicolor has an inverted V of white on their face.

We reserve the right to refuse sale to anyone for any reason.